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Monday was back to work day for Congress. Lawmakers will start with a big twist from the minority leader about tax cuts for the middle class.
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18-year-old's death brings national attention to rare disease

A Utah woman that recently died from Gastroparesis is raising national awareness about the desease and inspiring people across the country.
Oct 16th - 7:41pm
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Sudden, heavy rainfall causes flooding in Moab

Heavy concentrated rainfall caused sudden flooding outside of Moab Friday morning that almost caused problems for a few people that were Jeeping.
Oct 12th - 10:41pm
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Avoiding friendly-fire accidents proves challenging, even for pros

U.S. Border Patrol agents are highly-trained and employ advanced tactics, but the risk of friendly-fire accidents may continue to rise as agents' ranks are bolstered along the border.
Oct 10th - 5:15am
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Authorities searching for connections to home robbers posing as police

Sandy Police are reaching out to other police agencies to see if a group of home robbers posing as cops may have committed other crimes together.
Oct 5th - 12:33pm
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Brick thrown through window at President Obama campaign

A piece of plywood replaced where a window used to be at the President Obama campaign headquarters in downtown Salt Lake City after a brick was thrown through the window.
Sep 21st - 1:18pm
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Cougar fans' tips for a great road trip

Convoys of BYU fans are on their way to Boise, Idaho for their first big road trip of the season. What does it take to make these road trips enjoyable?
Sep 20th - 7:43am
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Appeals court to hear dispute over remote Utah road

A long-simmering dispute over the status of an old Jeep track in Canyonlands National Park goes before the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver today. The outcome could have far-reaching consequences for Utah's effort to take control of public lands.
Sep 19th - 9:40am
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Will changes in BYU-Utah rivalry hurt charity effort?

The BYU-Utah football rivalry has meant a lot of money for several causes over the years. But changing dynamics could mean one charitable effort will no longer be the same.
Sep 14th - 5:12am
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High school cycling league opens with nearly 300 riders

Utah's cycling culture is growing and with the organization of a new high school cycling league, it's getting younger, too.
Sep 13th - 9:38am
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Rivalry game: Economic impact is huge

Utahns are getting ready to spend some extra money this Saturday, as people will go to sports bars and restaurants to see BYU take on the University of Utah.
Sep 13th - 7:44am
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